(Sharecast News) - James Fisher and Sons said its specialist technical business had won a multi-million-pound five-year Royal Navy contract to service life-support diving equipment.
There were no specific figures on the contractual amount. The company said the deal builds on a 20-year relationship with the Royal Navy, reflecting JFD's breadth of expertise and commitment to capability development and safety improvements in military diving.
Under the contract, the company will be responsible for maintaining the Royal Navy's life-support diving equipment, which includes its shadow rebreather system, a specialised underwater closed-circuit life support system.
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